And he's just getting started!
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The 52-year-old actor performed with his band last night in Bucharest, Romania just before they're set to head stateside.
A source described Johnny's presence at the concert:
"Johnny was so in his element. His backing vocals were good. And he was interacting with the audience a lot. He seemed to be having a great time."
Blogger Ionut Bunesco added that Depp was extremely grateful to the fans:
Alice Through The Looking Glass debuted in theaters over the weekend, and despite some pretty optimistic predictions heading into the premiere, things are BAD for the flick — probably in no small part to the fact that Johnny Depp is in it!
The flick generated just over $28.1 million in theaters over the three day weekend, and will hit about $35 million in its estimated four-day debut.
Yikes! That's more than 70% behind Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland, which opened in 2010 as a 3D film.
Of course, the PR nightmare surrounding Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard probably played a large part in this; her allegations came out at the worst possible time for the movie and no doubt had some sort of role in tanking it for audiences across the country.
Dave Hollis, Disney's distribution head, sounded pretty disappointed with the results:
Curiouser and curiouser!
And as evidenced by their behavior at Monday night's premiere of the Tim Burton sequel, it's safe to say the two costars got really close!
Outside the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor posed alongside the Borat star — and the duo couldn't help but get a little handsy with each other!
It all started out in good fun, but when Depp's hands started traveling south of SBC's beltline, we can only imagine he was thinking "___________"!
Clearly, the Mad Hatter can't keep his hands to himself!
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We hope there were extra fire marshals on hand during Monday night's premiere of Alice Through The Looking Glass!
Because Pink almost burned Hollywood Blvd to the ground performing her hit Just Like Fire!
The rock star also performed her cover of Jefferson Airplane's White Rabbit, which is also (appropriately) featured on the soundtrack to the Tim Burton sequel.
Ch-ch-check out clips of the fiery performance (below) and catch Alice Through The Looking Glass in theaters May 27!
Johnny Depp never ceases to amaze us!
The actor surprised unsuspecting fans at Disneyland through an interactive billboard to promote the upcoming Disney film Alice Through the Looking Glass.
In his full Mad Hatter costume, Depp tricked theme park goers by posing as a billboard for the upcoming Tim Burton-directed sequel.
But thanks to a hidden camera, the Yoga Hosers actor was able to interact with crowds with winks, waves, and bubble-inducing sneezes!
Of course, Depp also had fun trolling the crowds. At one point, the 52-year-old yelled "ouch!" when a woman leaned against the poster.
Take that, Universal Studios' Harry Potter World! Disneyland has REAL moving paintings with actual movie stars!
Ch-ch-check out the magical clip (below) to see Depp freaking out tourists — and catch Alice Through The Looking Glass in theaters May 27!
The follow up to Tim Burton's 2010 hit Alice in Wonderland is almost here and we couldn't be more excited to take another trip down the rabbit hole.
Though Alice Through the Looking Glass is still a couple of weeks away, we still have a great surprise as Pink just dropped her music video for her song off the soundtrack, Just Like Fire.
Though we've already heard the track before, we've now got a wonderfully Alice inspired video that celebrates everyone being unique!
Ch-ch-check out the incredible new video (below) and let us know if you'll be catching Through The Looking Glass when it opens on May 27!